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Posted on: 9/8/05 10:57 AM
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I have patterns that I use over and over, and they tend to get pretty tattered where the pins go. I cut small squares of soft iron-on interfacing and ironed them to the corners and sides. Sure helps make the patterns last longer.

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SewVeryTall said...
Good tip, Jo...it wouldn't make the pattern so thick, like if you reinforced the whole pattern [and saves on interfacing]...thanks!
9/10/05 5:56 AM
 
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